An interesting fact about theÂ Cybersecurity Act of 2012Â (CSA) is that the language seems to have been taken from a proposal made by Russia and China in 2011 to regulate the internet under the guise of fighting cybercrime.
In this document, the UN would take a more âimportant role in formulation of international norms, peaceful settlement of international disputes, and improvement of international cooperation in the field of information security, and enhance coordination among relevant international organizations.â
Yet unknown to most, hidden within the CSA is aÂ national restrictionÂ of âhigh capacity magazinesâ which obviously have little to do with cybersecurity.
In a statement US lawmakers want complete restriction of âonline and mail-order sale of ammunitionâ while claiming that this new law would make our nation âsafer for law-abiding Americans who are sick and tired of the ease with which criminals can now anonymously stockpile for mass murder.â
While purporting to be a supporter of the 2nd Amendment, Quinn claims: âThere is no place in the state of Illinois for weapons designed to rapidly fire at human targets at close range.â
Yet, Quinn has no problem with soldiers or local law enforcement having access to those weapons. It seems that only the citizens must not be allowed to procure these firearms for self-defense.
The amendatory veto power afforded the Governor will allow him to add language that wouldÂ haltÂ the sale, manufacture, purchase, and possession of âsemi-automatic assault weapons and attachments.â
The term assault weapon is a catch-all phrase that really is meant to invoke the ideal of scary weapons in the hands of every day citizens. When the mainstream media refers to them, it is pure psy-op designed to coerce the public into giving up their Constitutional right to self-defense.
In Delaware, a federal judge has ruled that the Wilmington Housing Authority canÂ prohibit residents from carrying firearmsÂ in âcommon areasâ and that this decision is in line with the 2nd Amendment of the US Constitution.
In an amicus-curie brief, the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence stated: âYet again, a court has affirmed that the Second Amendment does not infringe on gun ownersâ rights when it comes to common-sense restrictions on the carrying of guns in public spaces.â
The original ruling of the US Supreme Court in 2010 said that âstate and local governments couldnât impose blanket bans on gun ownership.â In response the WHA simply banned guns in common areas, thereby imposing the same restriction by using different language to mask their infringement on the 2nd Amendment. And it worked. This time, their word-play was enough to dupe federal courts.
Letâs not forget that Eric Holder, US Attorney General, appearing before a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, back in February, said that the Obama administration is focused on reinstating former President Clintonâs âassault weaponsâ ban.
HolderÂ saidÂ : âThis administration has consistently favored the reinstitution of the assault weapons ban. It is something that we think was useful in the past with regard to the reduction that weâve seen in crime, and certainly would have a positive impact on our relationship and the crime situation in Mexico.â
False flag attacks like the Batman shooting and governmental cover-ups like Fast and Furious are manufactured so that the disarmament of the American public is the endgame. Their purpose is to facilitate this coerced national âdebateâ where we are being Delphied into believing that by relinquishing our ability to defend ourselves, we will be free of violence.
Susanne Posel is the Chief Editor of Occupy Corporatism, anÂ alternative news site dedicated to reporting the news as it actually happens; not as it is spun by the corporate-funded mainstream media. You can find Occupy Corporatism on theirÂ Facebook page .
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